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THE MOKXIXC ASTOIUAX. ASTOKLA. OKKCON.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7. touO
Monthly Statement of Master Fish
Warden Van Dusen.
WORK WHICH IS BEING DONE
hatchery building fur (Ik- South Co
fixer have been nski'il fur. Tlir buililiiii;
i to In i uttetuv li,nm- struct nr.',
"i."lot with ciuht fMt cviling
in ttii- clear, iiiul t ho ciuiiifl wit 11
I."i(i luti'hiug tioiiuli-.
NINTH JUDICIAL DAY.
Circuit Court of Clatsop County Re
sumes Business at the Old Stand.
The Coquille River.
Arrests and Prosecutions for Violation
of the Fishing Laws. Hatchery
Operations Coquille River
The report of M;it r Fish Warden Van
I hi en for February. llHM'i. i- j fol
Anvst and prosecution timing the
month for vitilittioii of the tihin.; Iu
have be n follows.
t District No. 1.
Feb. 1st. Water Bailiff Sett.m tile-1
a eomplaint in the justice court "As
toria," against II. II. (".unplu'el'. For
man of the Atoria Hov. Company's Saw
1 "imjl iu ui!, t!n r. iiii't of ticoi j-c
1'. riniiuir mill otliers interested ii
bii.ini: ,i pel 111 mint sjilinoti Imtclien
fsiabliln',l oil ,uj of thtt tnilintaiy
!n'iin of tlio Coiiiiilii liu-i 1 ni.ole a
p.nti.il inclii;a(ion ot t h 1101th fork
ot - i -1 rier tinm our pu-seni siilut.i
lion ,1omii about Imlf av to Fair Wi
ami ot th,. ea-t. folk of the ninth folk
iil a tar a the ANiituthy ilav. ;
Fioin uliat I of th,. north fork I
.111 , onti,,.it that faiily guml woik
roil!, I iltui,' nt ,.tiiiil iiiir1.i.iit 1., I
II011. T, .. Mclliiil,., judge ucsi,lin!.
called the circuit coiilt to older at :
o'clock i'tcida 11101 liillg, opening the
ninth judical day of the present tenn.
All the olli.vis of the court weie ,11
alti'irlance. mid i.ty. follow illy older
made ti It, t euleied:
III the matter of IViiicnl cru liado
lett and Moniiie. an older lor the publi
cation of summons was tiled: I
In the matter of K unp eisii, W ,!, h
.1, al., a ill-fault judgment was plant
ed and the decree tiled.
In the matter of the State of Oicyoii
veisii, Miki. Tiin.iku ami lbui. an 01
. V,.. 111,1... .....I .....I 1: .1
-n- ui.o, Mint vet 'nil Ills, ii.ii
I. . ;i ... 1 1. ... 1
((y l,M ""'I otuiiimeit,
in 1 ne mmter ot f.rii kson ii'l -1
jiii;hl. an older eotilit tiling sale was
. entered of record,
I m i:iv niauer oj i.enecK versus 11,111
BUY IRON CONCERNS
United States Steel Corporation
to Purchase Independents.
INDEPENDENTS DENY CHANGE
vatimis with the -iheiMde and
head ar!eties of ilmon if not for tin'
,tenie loyini; that i- carried on on
that tributary. It i not a tai'it'f
stieam alul tiie u-iyel , emui, mmii 1
Moras dams with Hood aates to niove",il ,,ml ",ni,h- i"r.v wrt ""I1"""
their loys, which are ciy luid for sir--ct'ssful
hatchery work, -topping as thev
do to a e .'it .1 in extent salmon ascend
in; the stream to si.awn. and waO,. M'.Hen. I.eo Dopplemuye. .
iu the youn t'n lx'voud the main
President Rumor That the Steel Trust
Has Absorbed ' Independet Iron
Companies This la Denied
By th; Reptesentatiei.
led and mi mil and the rase un dnlv
oened, and will In' continued tml.lt
channels of the
wa to the ea.
river w hen on th. ir
jurors in the case are: ), I!. Itlount
I M. Knut-.cn, l.eo IVippleimiyer. A
.lohiisim, W. K. Cole. Tom. l,iiinn, II.
Spellmer. lohn lliitwootl. K. Peter
s ii. lieorxe Voss, Alex 1 mler tiiaut and
When 1 was there the
I I. W. Pteitsoti.
river was ,uite , y
Mill at Astoria, for allowing .m d.it low and at a cupl, of pi,,,., the lo- j ,,,lm),u Ll,, A l,,,,,,,.,,,,,,, ,,
. J J . . L .- . 1 . , 1. . I : 1 ... 1 .. :t . 1 ... .i-i .- .
aitv, March loth was -el as the tune
waters of the
to be dnniHd into th
F'eh. Pith, Wuter liailitT Setteni til
ed complaints in the St. Helen's tiis
tiee Court against Otto tiiinde and C.
Smith for havitii small sttiireon -if
their possession. I'pnn lin arraigned
before .lustice H. P. Watkitw of s.Tid
eourt, pleas of guilty were entered
ivhereui)on each were tin.-d jl'il and v-i
which were paid.
Feb. 13th. Deputy Fish Warden. W.
A. Mack, of Portland., tiled eomplaint
in the St. Helen's Justice Court against
H Morgus for having receiwd and
shipped two small t ji-eon to the Tort
land Fish Company, February Sth.
The last of the salmon fry raised at
the McKenzie River Hatchery station
was turned out February 2."th and the; lie at the disadvantage and d-pendent
station closed down for the season. The j entirely iihiu the operator or owner of
result of the season's work shows that of the dam maintaining a good an I
1,773,719 fry of the early Chinook east passage way for tish. There i
variety were raised and liberated at
the McKenzie River in the immediate
ikinity of the station.
At the Yaquina Hatchery we we e
suceessful in wdleetinw d.lsii.tHXl Silv.-r-side
eoas which tocether with 1.001,
000 Chinook er?s taken last fall make
the total collection for the season 7,-
.01 i.iiiiiiiiM an, 1 iiiitM up so thick tor
for a dist.iiii-e of a mile 01 nioie that
tish a-omdiuij the river ite lomplet
ly stopped. I was in hope of yi-ttiaa
a uood supply of sie-lh.'.id e-s thi
se.ison at the -ulistatiou that we have
mi this tributary tieam and have ar
ranged for the work, but the-e J04
jams imve shut the tish otf and mil prt -
pects are not veiv bright, 1 am m
hopes though, that the rains will soon
we the -tro.im that the los will
s.parate and permit of a few stevl
heads ettim; by later in the season.
The east fork of the north fork af
fords no very desiiable location U-lov.
I Millard's mill dam. but above the dam
1 the river could In- successfully worked
! at several different point.. A Hatchery
thoii-'h. alive thi dam would alwav
for healing, and deteudant wa dire t
ed to take, and the referee to lepoit
upon the lesiiiion and the evidence.
In the case i,f t uridine t ram ver
sii. lasper ti.im. d'ciee of ,ioc- was
1; 1 a II led.
Ill the matter of Mellie Have vet
sis Allien llavtv. di'iie of divuri.'
All jillols u,ie ex.'U-eil until lloti
tie I hv the sln-i ill for further diitv, ex
c pt those upon the panel in th
liei k cae bel'oie noted.
very little loyinp on this stream and
if it wa not for this on- obstruction a
desirable location ixmld. without doubt,
Three year- ao I looked over quite
j thoroughly the sout.it fork and the mi l
j die fork of the south fork of the Co
auille and found nothinc that looked
bw.W. We are arran'-tna lor a sup- , ..
( lei I eii,.oiilU''lll
as we were at that
: time ib-pendini' upon the old -tyle rack
which proved to t- of very little service
esM-cjally in the coast .treaui. It -ts-uis
j to me. from rny remembrance of tho-"
I tributaries, locations can be secured
I where work could 1 successfully carried
ply of steelhead e""s at this hatcherv
and will, without doubt, collect on- mil
lion and probably two million e
from this variety of sihnon. Of th
Chinook and silver-ide e's secured 820.
740 of the former variety and 1.&00.
000 of th,- latter variety have been
transferred to the sub-station on the
Alsea river and will be hatched and
raised and turned out into Drift ereek
which is a tributary to the Al-ea. Hill
of th- steelhead "- that we me suc
cessful in collect in-.' at this station will
also be divided with the Al-e.i riv.-r.
At the Siulavv River Hatcberv Sta
tion T tevr. nls.. urr n.,r.,t i r. t ., I .to 1 j Heetl-Cs j-.l,-
h'-ad e''- and from pre-ent indication i " 'Hstriet Xo. 1. The total r--ieipt-
we will be -ucce.stu collecting at : amount -d to i77.2'i from all -mir ,
least one million and pos-ibly two mil-! making the total r'-'-'-itit for both di--
1 on. if not tor the lnin. .,nd t!ii--prin;:
after th- road- j."-t in better
i shape I will look them both over ayain
in the hope, of beinir able to find inn-
l tiling dr-.iruhe.
The le.-eipt- of the Oflice
month have been as per th
in district. Xo, 2. from
People's Gas Light & Coke Co., to Cen
tralize Big Plant.
(111! A". 1 1. Mm h I'.. The People'
I ..Is l.iyht A I oke to, i t utralie
the iiiauufai t lire of it in a eijMti
tic plant in the southwestern part of
rhic.i(.'o. which, whem i'omph(, will
be. it is claiineil, the largest '.i in inu
'f.tcl uriiiL' plant in the world. The site
for the plant comprise 3iW acre. h-
ated iM'twien ridttc-fir-t and Thiitv
ninth street and Fortieth and Forty
Jt is bisect, d by the hicaj,'o river
and ha a frontage of three ipuut-r of
a mile oil the di aiiiaye canal, thil i;iv-
iii' ample water fa-ilities. I? also ha
excellent railroad connect ioni.
The plant i to be en-it. d in uni'
of 1U.0oo.iHhI cubic jt-ct daily capacity
It is e-tiinat-d that the cost of otic
unit will ajipri.xitu.it,. .I.ihni.iMmi, unl in
asmuch ;is it j, thoUL'ht plilliill'lc t'i.lf
the couiji.inv will i-oitinietic opeiatioii
with tic Iniildiuef of two unit-, the
initial eicli-e sill Jit'oi!n.'it- 'lo,
1 M M I M Ml
lion of e's from this variety of
Bids for the construction of the tk-w
n mounting t'
iJi-Ijui -e rijent s
dm in;- the
Eczema, Tetter, Salt Rheum, Itch.
Ring Worm, Herpes, Barbers'
Al! of the-e disea-e- ate attended by
intense itch in jr, w hich is ntttist instant -
NF.W VtiRK, March U, t Komiiifiit in
loday on n night's icjioit 1 1 mil Pitts
bnik', pa., that negotiation had been
opened by (he I'nited States Steel for
point loll for tho piucliasc of sevctitl
illd ielidelt concern, the Times snv:
"A new adjustment of th,. ,t,.,. n,
iron iiidiisti v has I en talked of in
tennitteiitly ever since John tint,.,
ill and It. Schelev tl. t,. i ,,. s
tiuthrin. and libir Siis.tintJ, iiv tlnl
Kepublic Iron A St,.,- l ouiiaiiy pui
iha-e control ot the T,.itiesee Coal A
Iron (ompanv. It wa thru .aid that
the ultimata- purpose of the liate yu
dicale wa to liuild up a k''e.it rival
to the I'nited Slate St , t 01 iol.ttioli,
lev mei-inx I he iiinci.,il indepeiid -lit
coins-lit, iiot.tldv the SI.. Sln-llicld
Sled and hoii t ompanv of liii miiik'hm.
Ma . and other of the concern, in the
j southern held A c biihitioti of th,,
So- shcilicld t omMtiy atid the Ten
nessee c-, A lion Company had been
(..ttein.te without sue-,-., before th
! latter corccm p.ie, into the hind of
j the liate liiithelie Schley iut,iets.
I .. i. . . . . ..
i ,u iio iiiioii on i ne jinn i, IH
i syndicate of .'Xteii.litlx' the couihiniitiotl
, tin'V had made Wa .jh-i illeally denied.
"An oj.tion held by Pitt.buiy interest
on l.alicl!,. lion Wink, which vv.t allow
e.l to !ai- a foitniiit n-o and no mi
thotitative infoiinaiion ha U.-u hid
of its leticWill.
I. Hill hi. frcpi.-njlv denied ill
positive term that the yie.n Volthein's
or- laud were for ale al ,-iiiv juice
hut negotiation ,, their lea.e to the
I'llitc i Stale, Steel ( oliipan. have b en
hall-ills.' tile fi.l a mouth he, ail-e of lite
in.ilility of (hi- path.-, t,, conn- to
" I !ii'ie ha- b cii rumoi . , in i,-nl f..i
-ev.-lal WC-ks that the lull,,! State.!
Steel I 'o',a! j,.M hid Ill,-, I colltloli
nf the l.ah. ll -. heellli-. CcjciKI,,- ,,,,
an I St.-el, and oloiad,. l ie I A lion
Compariic-. The ic,it. !i,;c had no
eoiit'u ma! ion anv while. I.Ypiccut.t! i ,-
of '-a-h of thee i:nl' j, en, . nl i o'n,,i nic
hue Vehemently denied the I 1 1 1 1 1 t' l
ihltl-e ,. lontlol."
W. K. S. iiimppf of th- I'a, Hi,- p.ieu
el '. I " ill !-! la-l evetim In, in a 1,11-1
n trip ,, Ilw; and ( hiliook.
Mr-. . V. Smitii end Mi.-. ;.-rti tide
I ' f - it i r are i - i t i 1 1 v friend- in Portland.
Wc have the kind of
Clothing that young
men prefer to buy. It
possesses the snappy
style that marks the
college men's choice
Fabric noveltiesf unus
ual patterns, splendid
tailoring. In short, "swell
PUBLIC CONFIDENCE IS OUR GREATEST ASSET.
SANCTIONS CLOSED SHOP.
Judge Decide Against Non-Union Em
ployeet of U. S. Punting Co.
N F.W .OliK, Mar.l, il. In ,,..-i,injj
iij;ain.t thiee nun union i-nijiloyee. ol
the l'uit.,1 Stale Printing ( oiojuny nf
Ohm, who nought to te. train the con
cern limn eiiti'linj' into a vvoikllli; n.n t
the Stcteotyjier jllld llecllotyji
els I in. m which would exclude free la
iN.r, .liidye Meremt, of the Sujireme court
of lliiM,klvn, Ve-ti-tday em,, judical
sanction to do. "closed shop," iiini
Then' will be nil immediate .ii.pc.tl
to the ll)ie,lte dlVlnIon of the .lipr.-llie
cotiit, and if .lud'e Maieaii U li.
tained lalK.r leader -aid y.-.ti-idav it
w ill be a notable ietoty.
After a bitter llcht against the union.
which freely used the boycott the
l iiited Stat,., Pi inline Comjian v of
Ohio, which ha. a jil iut in tlliaui.hiil
enteii'd alMiitf one yiar ait into an
arc-m ,' uilh !',.- lii,m. w lielel, V il
undertook to unionie it. ill 1.1 m lon
plant. Three 1 1, .it union tuijilovee.
named Ki..,im, lii-,,ol, ud Mill-, wcie
j,'ivcn the jnivil v" "t joining the union
an 1 i efiised. 'I prevent tlu-u ,li-. Ii.nc-
t he lloll tllllotl he n hi miiv'iI i" , i -- I ,,u
,ro. clillj.., ,, ! I e cnle-t , . i , -I
coin I. ... h n u.l;e I .1 I
For Lenten Season
We cai iy a full line ol
We al-o lutvi' it full line of fte.h nnd
raiuit-d Iruitii nnd vn't-talde, snri
navel oiaitj,;t- from l.'i to "ai ,
N". w (lower ureds oil didav nt
Phone Main (Ml
S:'.-! Commer.-i! St
A Favorite Remedy for Babiei.
It pleisant taste nnd . n i. t cui
ItisordiiH 'if the stomach produce n
l.. ,, ft 1. - ...a:.: i .....
,. ,,:,,eci.l o flj,iloll vaiUlllliriiaill 8 ll.-l.oil eonooioil illio l.ui'll pievt 'tit. .. , ni .)..
..!.. ...i I... : .. . . . i . ft i. .-i..:..'. pi l. i tt 'ouiim anil routs
.-ai.r uu hv ils i oiuiioii'u u-e it jier- i -eji. iiitiiiiie, tuui i-iouiacn nnu i.ivt'r
man.-nt cure may be efTected. It ban Tablet n stimulate the tiiye-tive or;','in-.
in fact, eitred many eases that had re- r-tote th- system to a healthy con
sisted all other tretrnent. Price 23c ditioti ;;nd make sleep io.il,e, For
per box. F'or ?alc by Frauk Hart and -al" by Frank Hart and leading druj;
leading druggists. iri-ts.
QUICKLY CURED BY
There is no case on record of t
have mad,- chambei lain' 'ouh Hem- cold resulting in I'ncumonia, or
I edy a favorite with the mother of , nthrr nrrimn lnrirr tronbil afe
Invaluable for Rheumatism.
I have l.i-i-n MilTcrine; for the
few- veil", wilh a -ever- attad
! th 'tiimtli-m and found that l'.alhiid'
j Snow Liniment was the only thinu that
gave me iti-faction and tended to al
I leviale my ji.iiim. Maii'h L'l. 'I1'.', .lohn ( '.
I)i".'i;an, Kinsman, I1U. .'"c ,'aic mid
j ?T.ik. Sold by II.iU'h ding .fore.
Other serious lunrr trouhle-. aftrr
small i bibli i n. It quickly cure, t heir I i7.l,, IT..nl., ..,1 'r I I
juevents any , . ' ,
k v. s i k ( v. il.
ASTORIA'S GREATEST STORE
KID GLOVES 79
We have placed on sale 300 pair of our $1.25 and 1.50 kid gloves, all
colors and shades; while they last at 79c a pair.
TheN ew Summer -SKirtwaist Prices
From 65c to $6.25.
The new spring and summer shirt-waists are here In marvelous
A large assortment of lawn3, linen, mull, dotted swisa, dimity, and
figured mull, the newest and most attractive styles, prices from 65c to
A Beautiful Line of Jap Silk Waists
at $3.25 to $6.25
It will pay you to examine this line, as we will save you time,
stitches and money, as they are very nicely made, from Bedford cord,
silk, serge and pongee, prices reasonable.
Buster Brown Stockings All This
Week at 15c a Pair.
OYSTERS, CHOICE COVE,
three tins for 25c
Codfish, fancy whole Mel
rose I2jc lb.
Codfish, choice Alaska, bricks
or rolls ge lb
Holland Herring 30c doz.
Bloaters, large and fat 45c doz.
Anchovies, spiced 10c lb.
Smoked Salmon, the Royal
Chinook 25c lb.
Mackerel, imported, 3 fihh for, 25c
Values from $35.00 to fCS.OO; our
price, $23.00 to $32.00.
Harden steel ball and bearings;
Steel Lined CooK
$7 50 to $10.00.
Values from $9.00 to $15.00.
Gray Granite Stew Pots
15c, 20c, 25c, 30c, etc. Real bargains.
Economy Brooms 25c
Mascot Range; high closet. .. .$27.50
Reduced from 32.50
Magnet Stove Range 26.00
limber ot pniMiinoniii nr oilier lion
iMiieueni'i"t. It not only I'titi' ctoiiji,
but vvlfti pvin it ooti 11 the crojiv
rough appear will prevent the nttiuk.
Tor Kale by 1'iank Hart ninl leading
MORE COMFORT THAN EVER.
On Sunduy, Deeetnber 17th, the Den
er 4 Rio (Iramle rnilrond will inaugur
ate a daily line of xtandard nnd tour
M sleeping earn between Denver and
Lo Angeles in connection with the new
Clark road. Roth rum will leave Den
ver daily at 9:30 a. m., and arrive at
Salt Lake City at 1:35 p. in., the next
day. At this point the cars will be
held over until midnight, thiiH allow
ing through passengers the privilege of
a stop-over of ten hours and a half in
Salt Lake City. Fastbound, these cars
will leave Los Angeles at 8 p. rn and
arrive at Salt Lake City at 6:30 a. m.,
second morning where they will remain
over until 3:60 p. m., thence to Denver
where they will arrive at 4:20 thn fol
lowing afternoon. This stop-over at
Salt Lake City of the regular line of
sleeping cars promises to be on at
tractive feature for transcontinental
Where the New Things Make Their Debut-
All voters of Clatsop county, irres
pective of parties, are hereby invited
and requested to meet and participate
in a mass meeting to be held in " Logun
hall" at Astoria, on Saturday, April 21,
190(1, at 10 a. 111., for the purpose of
nominating a full county ticket to be
voted for on Monday, June 4, 100(5.
C. J. TRKNCIIARD,
Chairman of the Citizens'
Committee of Astoria, Ore.
MAX w. roin,,
It will cure the most obstinate
racking cough, and hcali and
strengthens the lungs.
Foley's Honey and Tar has
cured many cases of incipient
Consumption and even in the last
stages will always give comfort
Foley's Honey and Tar givei
quick relief to Asthma sufferers,
as it relieves the difficult breath
ing at once.
Remember the name Foley's
Honey and Tar and refuse
substitutes that cost you the
same as the genuine. Do not take
chances with some unknown
Contains no opiates.
Curid of Ttrribli Cough on Lungs.
N. Jackson of Danville, 111., writes:
"My daughter had a severe attack of
La Grippe and a terrible cough on her
lungs. We tried a great many remedies
without relief. She tried Foley'a Honey
and Tar, which cured her. She haa never
been troubled with a cough since."
Foley & Co., Chicago. Dana, Ind.
Gentlemen: Foley's Honey and Tar
cured roe of Consumption after I had
suffered two years anil was almost des
perate. Three physicians failed to give
me any relief and the lust one said he
could do me no good. I tried almost
every medlcino I heard tell of without
benefit, until Foley's Honey and Tar
was recommended to me. Its effect
right from the start was magical. I
Improved steadily from the first dose
and am now sound and well, and think
Foley's Honey and Tar is a God-send
to people with Throat and Lung Trou
ble. Yours very truly,
MRS. MARY AMBROSE.
Three sizes 25c, 50c, 11.00.
The 50 cent size contains two
and one-half times as much as the
small size and the $1.00 bottle al
most six times as much.
SOLD AH RECOMMEKDED 61
CHAS. SOGERS, Druggist.